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Warm Up Colonies are to states, as charters are to… What three similarities existed between state governments? Define salutary neglect Thomas Jeffersons diary is a _________ source. Ms. Pierrot’s interpretation of the Declaration of Independence is a ____________. What type of source do you think is more dependable?
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Why the need for a union?
What was the first constitution of the U.S.A?
What is a Confederation?
What was the Confederation Congress?
What powers were withheld from the Confederation Congress?
COMPARISION Please create a T-CHART in your notebook AccomplishmentsWeaknesses
Philadelphia Convention National Government needed to be strengthened 55 Delegates George Washington elected to run the convention Each state had 1 vote Majority rules WAS A SECRET!! Closed to the public
Revising the Articles Disposed of the articles, wrote new constitution Philadelphia Convention Constitutional Convention
Open Notes Quiz NO textbook, you may use your notes only! Minimum 1 paragraph for each question. 1. How were political documents in the United States influenced by philosophers? 2. How did Great Britain’s control propel the colonies towards independence? 3. Explain why the Articles of Confederation failed and how these failures would influence the new Constitution. 4. Please describe the three “branches” of government which existed in each of the states. 5.Describe the difference between a primary and secondary source. Provide an example for each. 6. How can the desire for representation in government lead to conflict? (Think- No taxation, without representation!)